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EurOMA Conference - Katharina Greve

last modified Aug 17, 2017 02:16 PM
Katharina Greve presented a study “Bridging the Co-creation Gap between Co-creators, Companies and Living lab” (Authors: Katharina Greve, Veronica Martinez, Andy Neely) at the 24th EurOMA conference in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The study explores and analyses factors that are critical to the facilitation of co-creation in living labs by integrating findings derived from existing literature with primary data collected with managers and researchers of a living lab as well as companies and co-creators. This study therefore not only attempts to bridge the gap between research and practice, but also does so considering the perspective of diverse stakeholders.  Five critical factors enabling co-creation were identified: Customer Engagement, Relationship Management, Operating Principle, Design Layout, and Data Collection Approach. Within these five factors, an integrative list of 50 co-creation elements provides further detail about how co-creation can be facilitated in living labs.

The full working paper is available here. 

 

 

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